Just as small enterprises - businesses, voluntary organisations etc
- acquired their first PC’s s a decade or more ago, they are now
implementing small networks, mainly to share resources such as ADSL
(broadband) Internet connections. Larger companies have the
resources to employ full time technical support staff or can afford
to contract their network services to support companies. However,
the truly small enterprise needs to be able to install and maintain
a PC network and protect their business by protecting their data.
This book is the perfect guide to installing and maintaining
networks, disaster recovery, installing applications, client/server
systems and security - all of the skills a small enterprise needs.
With this book, which is fully updated to cover Windows Vista as
well as XP, the small business, charity, school or any other small
enterprise can manage their network and reduce technician's costs.